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One Night In Memphis

“A live, hard charging rock and roll romp!”

– The Daily Herald

 

#1 Tribute to Presley, Perkins, Lewis & Cash

“One Night in Memphis” is a rocking concert tribute to legendary Sun Records recording artists Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Elvis Presley. Over 90 minutes of rockabilly, country, gospel and pure 1950’s rock and roll music performed live and backed by an authentic and energetic rockabilly backup band. Created and directed by John Mueller from the highly acclaimed show, “Winter Dance Party” this show has met with the same accolades, sell out shows and audience standing ovations.

Be a witness to a rock and roll royalty jam session with the music and talent that has stood the test of time. True American music featuring the hits, “Blue Suede Shoes,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” “Great Balls of Fire,” “Whole lotta Shaking Going On,” “Shake, Rattle and Roll,” “Don’t Be Cruel,” “Hound Dog,” and many, many more with acclaimed national talent, all performed live without tracks and guaranteed to get any audience rocking and rolling!

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Sponsored by

Dave & Sandy Gellatly

James & Barabara Brink  •  Mike & Sheila Salmon

Gil & Kay Sparks  •  Denise & Gregor Books  •  Reida Jones  •  Rudi Pauly  •  Adele Wolford

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Wenatchee Valley Symphony Orchestra presents Messiah

Wenatchee Valley Symphony Orchestra closes their season with a performance of Handel’s Messiah in collaboration with the Columbia Chorale. Commonly performed during the Advent season, this oratorio was originally premiered shortly after Easter in 1742, in Dublin. They will perform Parts II and III, which depict, “The accomplishment of redemption by sacrifice of Christ, mankind’s rejection of God’s offer, and mankind’s utter defeat when trying to oppose the power of the Almighty,” and “A Hymn of Thanksgiving for the final overthrow of Death.”


THE WENATCHEE VALLEY SYMPHONY AND THE COLUMBIA CHORALE

In view of available information about the spread of the COVID-19 virus and regulations
concerning the immediate need for social distancing at public gatherings, the Symphony
and Chorale hereby announce the rescheduling of their April 2020 performances of Handel’s Messiah.

CANCELLED: April 17th and 18th performances of the Messiah at the Numerica Performing Arts
Center in Wenatchee.
RESCHEDULED: Performances of the Messiah will now take place on Friday, May 15th and
Saturday May 16th at the Numerica Performing Arts Center.
CURRENT TICKET HOLDERS: Patrons currently holding tickets for the April performances do not
need to re-book their seats for the May performances. All tickets currently held will be
honored for the performances in May.

Information about the concert, the orchestra, chorus and soloists can be found at the
Symphony’s website:
www.wenatcheesymphony.org

Wenatchee Valley Symphony Orchestra presents Messiah

Wenatchee Valley Symphony Orchestra closes their season with a performance of Handel’s Messiah in collaboration with the Columbia Chorale. Commonly performed during the Advent season, this oratorio was originally premiered shortly after Easter in 1742, in Dublin. They will perform Parts II and III, which depict, “The accomplishment of redemption by sacrifice of Christ, mankind’s rejection of God’s offer, and mankind’s utter defeat when trying to oppose the power of the Almighty,” and “A Hymn of Thanksgiving for the final overthrow of Death.”


THE WENATCHEE VALLEY SYMPHONY AND THE COLUMBIA CHORALE

In view of available information about the spread of the COVID-19 virus and regulations
concerning the immediate need for social distancing at public gatherings, the Symphony
and Chorale hereby announce the rescheduling of their April 2020 performances of Handel’s Messiah.

CANCELLED: April 17th and 18th performances of the Messiah at the Numerica Performing Arts
Center in Wenatchee.
RESCHEDULED: Performances of the Messiah will now take place on Friday, May 15th and
Saturday May 16th at the Numerica Performing Arts Center.
CURRENT TICKET HOLDERS: Patrons currently holding tickets for the April performances do not
need to re-book their seats for the May performances. All tickets currently held will be
honored for the performances in May.

Information about the concert, the orchestra, chorus and soloists can be found at the
Symphony’s website:
www.wenatcheesymphony.org

Jaws

When a killer shark unleashes chaos on a beach community, it’s up to a local sheriff, a marine biologist, and an old seafarer to hunt the beast down.

Rated: PG| Run Time: 2hrs, 4min

 


Sponsored by

Martin & Ellen Brody

2020 Apple Blossom Musical Mamma Mia! Postponed

April 2, 2020 – Wenatchee, WA: It is with a heavy heart that Music Theatre of Wenatchee and the Numerica Performing Arts Center have decided to announce the 2020 Apple Blossom Musical performances of MAMMA MIA! presented by North Cascades Bank and CliftonLarsonAllen from April 29 – May 10 has been postponed until April 2021 as the 2021 Apple Blossom Musical. The health and safety of our community and cast are of the utmost importance and by following the “Stay-At-Home” order and Social Distancing rules, we believe we are doing our part by making sure everyone can continue to dance, jive and have the time of their lives.

 

Here’s how you can help the Numerica PAC and Music Theatre of Wenatchee:

 

We believe the world needs art and inspiration more than ever and there are a few ways to still support Music Theatre of Wenatchee and the Numerica PAC. We highly encourage any current ticket holder of this event to consider donating your tickets in lieu of a refund. In return for donating your Mamma Mia tickets, you will be recognized as an Honorary Member at both the Music Theater of Wenatchee and the Numerica Performing Arts Center. This will grant you early access to tickets for the 2021 Apple Blossom Musical as well as numerous other benefits for the upcoming season and a special private reception on opening night of Mamma Mia! To donate your tickets, please contact us before April 29, 2020

 

Additionally, the Numerica PAC and Music Theater of Wenatchee are gladly accepting donations and new memberships online. www.numericapac.org/donate & www.mtow.org/mtw/membership. If instead you would like a refund for this event or have questions about your tickets, please contact Zach Missal in the Box Office – zachm@numericapac.org or by calling (509) 663-ARTS (509-663-2787)

 

Thank you to our 2020 Apple Blossom Musical Sponsors: North Cascades Bank and CliftonLarsonAllen with support by Dave & Sandy Gellatly, Richard & Connie Hoffmann, Dennis & Sharron Johnson, Mike & Sheila Salmon, Financial Alternatives, KOHO 101, Tracey Barta, Marilyn Everhart, Don & Heidi Collins, Doug & Shellie Martinson, and Mel & Marjory Radford.

 
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